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Catholic Care v The Charity Commission - third parties' negative attitudes cannot, of itself, justify sexual orientation discrimination

The negative attitudes of third parties cannot, of itself, provide justification for discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation - and where this is in respect of an adoption agency, adopting a discriminatory approach may lead it into conflict with local authorities as they seek to comply with their new public sector equality duty.

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